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position on the arab spring. do you care about democracy first and foremost or close u.s. relationships with the leadership. that's the big republican question. for obama the bic question here is protection of our embassies. what did this administration do if anything wrong in the security of the embassies. they were asked, but a day later. we have way too many reporters covering the campaign in politics. there's no doubt about it. >> amy, you said you would focus on the second part, that that got short shrift and was pushed to the back burner? >> very short shrift. let's face it. we know the journalists have a good policy with them. americans were tuned in in reading their newspapers, what is hanning ore there, what happened to our state department, where was our ambassador, did we have advance wa warning, who, what, when, where of the middle east instead of mitt romney. >> i can't avoid the feeling that this tragedy with four american diplomats killed was focused on it. i thought the volume got up too high. when we come back, why are all the conservative pundits turning on mitt romney
from the past for those of us who covered him in the '90s. >> president obama appointed several members of his cabinet, even though they supported hillary in the primary. [ applause ] >> heck, he even appointed hillary. [ laughter ] ♪ >> president clinton may have just made a better argument for the obama administration than the obama administration has been able to make for itself. >> just an amazing speech, i thought. >> i have to tell you, this may have been the best speech i have ever heard bill clinton deliver over all of these years. >> he's the most talented politician i've ever covered and the most charming man i ever met. no one in my view can mount an argument, frame an argument more effectively than he can. and that doesn't mean everything he said was true. >> this convention is done. this will be the moment that probably re-elected barack obama. >> we'll see about that. obama's speech drew decidedly lukewarm reviews from the press. joining us to examine the coverage of the convention in washington, jane hall, associate professor at american university school of communicati
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in u.s. politics, real or imagined. >>> thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. i will see you next week. stay tuned for "reliable sources." >>> we are in charlotte this morning for the democratic convention, and the horns of journalism just finished covering the republican extra extravagranda are starting to arrive. we'll look ahead to the renomination and whether the media will be as sympathetic to president obama as they were four years ago. we were scrutinize reporting on mitt romney's convention which often seemed to be about everything else but the nominee, from the tropical storm to, yes, clint eastwood. >>> plus, yahoo! firing a top executive for a crude anti-romney joke. was the punishment too harsh? >>> i'm howard kurtz, and this is a special convention edition of "reliable sources." >>> the challenge for journal t journalists here in north carolina is how to chronicle a convention that will never match the excitement of the one four years ago when barack obama was a brand new cultural phenomenon. the challenge in tampa was very different -- scrutinizing
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